Eufy RoboVac 11S vs Eufy 30c vs Roomba 690 Comparison Review

Eufy RoboVac 11S (Slim) vs Eufy 30c vs Roomba 690

In our Eufy vs. Deebot comparison review, it was clear that Eufy 30c is the best choice. But is it also dominant when you bring in an equivalent Roomba?

That’s what we want to find out in this Eufy RoboVac 11S (Slim) vs. Eufy RoboVac 30c vs. Roomba 690 face to face comparison review.

One thing you will realize about these three vacuums is that they are in the same price range. You can snap any of them with less than $300.
So for the homeowners on a budget, this is a review you want to read till the end.

As usual, we are going to put the three Eufy vacuums in a 13-round battle. We will be comparing all the critical aspects that you need to consider when choosing a robot vacuum.

But just before that, here is a round up of the two brands and the selected models.

eufy [BoostIQ] RoboVac...
eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 11S...
iRobot Roomba 690 Robot...
Raiting
Height
2.85-inches
2.85-inches
3.6-inches
Vacuum power
1500Pa
1300Pa
550Pa
Motor
2nd Generation
2nd Generation
1st Generation
Brush system
V-shaped brush&two side brushes
V-shaped brush&two side brushes
V-shaped brush&side brushes
Filtration system
HEPA-style
HEPA-style
HEPA-style
Battery’s capacity
2600mah
2600mah
1800mAh
Runtime
100 minutes
100 minute
60 minutes
Recharge automatically
Charging time
4-5 hours
4-5 hours
2-3 hours
Dustbin
0.6L
0.6L
0.3L
Operation noise
63dB
55dB
65dB
SLAM navigation
Boundary Marking
Physical magnetic barriers
Virtual Walls
Wi-Fi
Physical remote
Physical IR remote
Physical remote with an LCD
Operated via the app
eufy [BoostIQ] RoboVac...
Raiting
Height
2.85-inches
Vacuum power
1500Pa
Motor
2nd Generation
Brush system
V-shaped brush&two side brushes
Filtration system
HEPA-style
Battery’s capacity
2600mah
Runtime
100 minutes
Recharge automatically
Charging time
4-5 hours
Dustbin
0.6L
Operation noise
63dB
SLAM navigation
Boundary Marking
Physical magnetic barriers
Wi-Fi
Physical remote
Physical IR remote
User Reviews
eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 11S...
Raiting
Height
2.85-inches
Vacuum power
1300Pa
Motor
2nd Generation
Brush system
V-shaped brush&two side brushes
Filtration system
HEPA-style
Battery’s capacity
2600mah
Runtime
100 minute
Recharge automatically
Charging time
4-5 hours
Dustbin
0.6L
Operation noise
55dB
SLAM navigation
Boundary Marking
Wi-Fi
Physical remote
Physical remote with an LCD
User Reviews
iRobot Roomba 690 Robot...
Raiting
Height
3.6-inches
Vacuum power
550Pa
Motor
1st Generation
Brush system
V-shaped brush&side brushes
Filtration system
HEPA-style
Battery’s capacity
1800mAh
Runtime
60 minutes
Recharge automatically
Charging time
2-3 hours
Dustbin
0.3L
Operation noise
65dB
SLAM navigation
Boundary Marking
Virtual Walls
Wi-Fi
Physical remote
Operated via the app
User Reviews

iROBOT

IRobot logo

Established in 1990, iRobot is a pioneer when it comes to robot vacuums. The company is the most successful brand courtesy of their famous Roomba robot vacuums. Besides the Roomba robot vacuums, the brand is also behind the Braava and Scooba robot mops.

Today, iRobot is the best robot vacuum brand and thus is courtesy of their cutting-edge technology.

Among their best technologies include iAdapt navigation, Dirt Detect àand the new CleanBase self-emptying technology.

Even though most of the Roomba models are expensive, we have some affordable and reliable options. The Roomba 690 is one of them and is the perfect model to rival Eufy robot vacuums.

Roomba 690 the Perfect Model

The 690 is a cheap Roomba that was released together with the 890 in 2016. It is the best robot in the Roomba 600 series and came to replace the Roomba 650. The price of this robot has come down below the $300 mark.

Here are the pros and cons of this model.

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Reliable performance
  • Virtual Walls
  • Smart connectivity
  • Dirt Detect

Cons

  • Random navigation
  • Low suction power
  • Short runtime
At no time did we think that you’d get a reliable Roomba for less than $300. But the Roomba 690 has proved us otherwise. It costs less and offers almost all the convenience features the high-end models boast. Even though we have the Roomba 675 and 650 for the same price, it is the 690 that offers better value for money.

The performance of this robot vacuum is impressive. It has been designed to handle all types of floors including hardwood. The only shortcoming is carpeting. But it is unforgiving on pet hair and other pet messes.

The Roomba 690 was released together with the 890 as affordable smart robot vacuums. The older 650 model lacked WiFi so to cater for the smart home enthusiasts, the 690 is compatible with WiFi as well as Alexa.

We also liked the Dirt Detect function as well as Virtual Walls. Dirt Detect finds areas with concentrated dirt. On the other hand, Virtual Walls makes it easy to create boundaries where you don’t want the Roomba to cross. Virtual Walls is far much better than physical markers and magnetic strips.

While the 690 has the best features and performance, there are a few things that ought to be improved.

  • First, the motor is quite old and inefficient. It delivers half of what Eufy vacuums have.
  • The old navigation system also makes it unsuitable for high traffic rooms.
  • The shirt runtime and lack of resume function is also a put off especially if you have a large apartment. But for its price, it is a bargain.

ANKER (EUFY)

eufy-logo Anker has been in business is a popular Chinese brand that is renowned for their high-quality batteries. There are also Anker headphones and car accessories.

The company has also ventured into smart home appliances. It is famous for the Eufy robot vacuums as well as Alexa’s clone called ‘Genie.’

In the Eufy series, we have several models, but the best is the new model released in April; RoboVac 30c. There’s also the RoboVac 11 slim which is still a great purchase.

For this review, we will compare the cheaper RoboVac 11s Slim and 30c to the Roomba 690.

Let’s acquaint ourselves with the two EUFY models.

Eufy RoboVac 30c the New Model

There are two models in the RoboVac 30 series. We have the Eufy 30 vs. 30c.

The RoboVac 30c is the smart version that comes with WiFi and Alexa compatibility. As the latest model in the Anker Eufy series, it is something you want to have on your wishlist if you want a cheap vacuum cleaner.

Here are the pros and cons.

Pros

  • Slim design
  • High suction
  • Boundary Marking
  • Smart connectivity
  • Quiet operation

Cons

  • Random navigation
  • No resume function

Eufy 30c is among the slimmest robot vacuum s we have reviewed. It stands at only 2.85-inches and can slide under most furniture easily without getting stuck. It is also lighter and can pass between tight spaces without a problem.

We also like the high suction power. The 2nd Generation motor is very efficient and offers quiet operation. It runs on two power modes and can generate up to 1500Pa in the high power mode. Regarding operation noise, the low power mode is just 55dB.

If you are a smart home enthusiast, this is also a great purchase. Eufy included WiFi for Smartphone app operation as well as Alexa and Assistant compatibility.

The boundary marking feature is also something to smile about. It comes with physical magnetic strips. Even though they are bulky, it is better than having none.

There are a few things that ought to be improved.

  • The Eufy 30c lacks an efficient navigation system. It moves in a random pattern and will hit obstacles in a high-traffic room.
  • Another shortcoming is the lack of resume function. As Eufy’s top model, we expected it to resume cleaning after recharging. But the 100 minutes runtime is quite impressive.

Eufy RoboVac 11s Slim a Great Deal

The RoboVac Slim is an excellent bargain for homeowners on a budget. It costs around $200 and is ideal for small to medium apartments. The vacuum cleans hard floors and low to medium pile carpets.

Here are the pros and cons.

Pros

  • Slim design
  • Very affordable
  • Great performance
  • IR remote control

Cons

  • No boundary marking
  • Random navigation
  • No smart connectivity

The RoboVac slim boasts a low profile design compares to RoboVac 11s. It is 2.85-inches while the previous model is 3.1-inches tall.

Regarding performance, it is best for hard floors and low pile carpets. It also cleans pet hair and other pet messes effectively.

Even though it lacks WiFi, RoboVac 11s Slim comes with an IR remote controller. You can control the robot vacuum from 13ft away. If you don’t want to bend or you have mobility issues, it is a great deal.

There are a few things that ought to be improved.

  • The RoboVac is cheap, but then, there are a lot of sacrifices.
  • It also comes with random navigation just like other Eufy vacuums.
  • The Eufy also lacks smart connectivity.

13-Round Eufy RoboVac 11s Slim vs RoboVac 30c vs Roomba 690

Now, let’s get to the main business of the day; a face to face comparison of the three cheap robot vacuum models. We will be considering the important aspects and features that matter when buying robot vacuums.

So, without further ado, let’s get to business.

Round 1: Design

Before settling on any particular robot vacuum, make sure it has a low profile design. A good vacuum should be slim to fit under most furniture.

Let’s see how these three robot vacuums compare as far as design is concerned.

Eufy RoboVac 30c

Eufy RoboVac 30cEufy 30c has a round shape and a single button at the top of the interface. It has been built using high-quality ABS material finished in a dark accent.

The Top has been covered by tempered glass which makes it sleek but vulnerable to scratches especially if you have pets.

Regarding the dimensions, it stands at 2.85-inches and has a 12.8-inch diameter. As for the weight, it measured 5.75lbs in our scale.

Eufy RoboVac 11s slim

Eufy RoboVac 11s SlimWhen it comes to the RoboVac 11s slim, there are two color options: white and black.

It also maintains the single ‘CLEAN’ button at the top.

As for the dimensions, it is still the same as the Eufy 30. It stands at 2.85-inches and has a 13.8-inch diameter. The 11s Slim measured 5.73lbs which is negligibly lighter compared to the Eufy 30c.

The top is covered by the tempered glass as well and will get scratched easily.

Roomba 690

Roomba 690Roomba 690 is quite bigger. It stands at 3.6-inches making it unsuitable for homes with furniture with low ground clearance. On our scale, the Roomba 690 measured 7.8lbs. The diameter is also wider at 13.4-inches.

At the top, there is a single large ‘CLEAN’ button, and it has been finished in dark grey with a silver strip. The top is covered by hard ABS shell that doesn’t get scratched easily like tempered glass.

Winner: Roomba is only good when it comes to the construction. However, it doesn’t impress when it comes to the dimensions and weight.
The two EUFY robot vacuums carry the day here because they are slimmer and lighter. If you take good care of it, you won’t have to worry about the tempered glass getting scratched or even break.

Round 2: Vacuum power

When talking about vacuum power, one thing comes to your mind; the motor. This is the component that determines the suction power a vacuum has.

There are three types of motors so far; 1st Gen, 2nd and 3rd. The best is the 3rd Gen motor which the Roomba 980 and other high-end models have.
But most brands don’t tell the type of motor their robot vacuums have. That leaves you with the pressure (Pa) as the standard specification.

So, how does Eufy 11s, Eufy 30c and Roomba 690 compare?

Eufy RoboVac 11s

Eufy 11s comes with a 2nd generation motor that delivers a maximum of 1300Pa. This is quite impressive for such a cheap robot vacuum. This power is enough for vacuuming low to medium pile carpets.
However, for high pile carpets, it starts getting overwhelmed.

Eufy RoboVac 30c

When it comes to Eufy 30c, we still have a 2nd Generation motor, but it is more powerful. The most important thing is that it runs in two power modes. The low power mode delivers around 1300Pa while in Max mode, it steps up power to 1500Pa.
This is the reason why Eufy 30 is considered best for high pile carpets.

Roomba 690

As for the Roomba 690, we have an old 1st Generation motor. This motor works in a single mode unlike the Eufy 30c and Deebot N79s which have the ‘eco’ mode and max mode. It’s not very efficient as it delivers just 550Pa.
This is not enough to clean carpets, but on bare floors, it works efficiently.

Winner: Here again, the Roomba 690 doesn’t impress because of the old motor. The battle here is between Eufy RoboVac 30c vs. RoboVac 11s Slim. We liked RoboVac 11s now that it is cheaper and has a 2nd Gen motor. But it’s the Eufy 30c that is the best because if delivers 1500Pa suction which is similar to Botvac D7 Connected.

Round 3: Brush system

There are two brush systems: primary brush and the sweeping side brush. The primary brush is for agitation and picking up of the dirt. The side brush sweeps dirt into the path of the primary brush.

If you have the soft floors like hardwood, go for a soft brush so as not to scratch it.

However, grime and stains require a tough brush that can scrub the dirt.

There is also the aspect of tangling so if you have pets, a tangle-free brush is critical too.

Let’s compare Eufy 30c vs. Eufy 11s is Roomba 690.

Eufy RoboVac 30c

Brush Eufy RoboVac 30c The Eufy 30c comes with a V-shaped brush as the primary brush.
It does an excellent job on both bare floors and carpets. It does tangle if you clean the long hairs like that of Chihuahua or Greyhound and other long-haired breeds.
We also have two side brushes that sweep the path of the vacuum.
The brush needs replacement after 6-8 months and so do the side brushes.

Eufy RoboVac 11s

Eufy RoboVac 11s The Eufy 11s slim is not different from the Eufy 30c. Here, we also have a primary brush and a side brush. The primary v-shaped brush is for agitation while the two side brushes are for sweeping.
The maintenance is also similar as they require replacement in 6-8 months.


Roomba 690

Brush Roomba 690 Roomba 690 also comes with two brush systems. The primary brush is a dual multi-surface system with one brush for loosening dirt and the other one for picking it up.
There’s also a side brush for sweeping the path of the Roomba.


Winner: It is hard to call a winner between Eufy and Roomba because each of them has advantages and disadvantages as well.
You want to get Eufy because it comes with two side brushes. Roomba has only one. In the same token, Roomba’s cleaning path is wider than Eufy’s, so it cleans faster. Another advantage, Roomba’s dual brush system is also a plus because of the specialization. While in Eufy one brush does everything, Roomba has a brush for agitation and another one designed for picking up dirt. From our tests, it’s the Roomba’s brush that was more effective, and that’s the reason it is our top choice here.

Round 4: Filtration system

Triple-Filter SystemThe filtration system is a crucial aspect especially if you suffer from allergies.

There are two main types of filtration systems in robot vacuums. We have true-HEPA filter and HEPA-style filters. The difference between the two is the efficiency.

True HEPA is the best because of the 99.97% efficiency. HEPA-style filters, on the other hand, are 85-90% efficient.

So, what do Eufy and Roomba have?

Eufy RoboVac 30c

Eufy 30c comes with HEPA-style filters. Even though it is a multistage system, there is still room for improvement. Anker and other Chinese brands have been reluctant to adopt true-HEPA filters because they are quite expensive.

Eufy RoboVac 11s

The RoboVac 11s also has HEPA-style filters. But this is something to expect considering this is a cheap model. These filters need to be replaced in 2-3 months.

Roomba 690

Roomba 690 also has HEPA-style filters even though it’s advertised as AeroVac. The replacement window is also 2-3 months.

Winner: There is no clear winner between these three models because they have the same type of filters.
If you have allergies, none of them is suitable. But for this comparison review, Roomba 690 wins the battle as the filters used here are of better quality than Eufy’s.

Round 5: Autonomy

Robot vacuums have rechargeable batteries. When talking about autonomy, several things come into play.

First, you need to consider the battery’s capacity. It is the capacity that determines the runtime and consequently, the size of the floor the vacuum can clean on a single charge.

Besides runtime, power management is also a concern. Does the vacuum recharge automatically? Will it resume cleaning after that?

Eufy RoboVac 11s

Autonomy 11sRoboVac 11s comes with a 2600mah battery that lasts it for around 100 minutes on bare floors and 80 minutes on carpets. It will go back to the charging bases when the battery is low.

However, it won’t resume cleaning after recharging. The recharge time is around 4-5 hours.


Eufy RoboVac 30c

Autonomy 30cThe RoboVac 30c is not any different as it also packs a 2600mAh battery. It has an autonomy of 100 minutes on bare floors and around 80 on carpets.
The robot will go to the charging base automatically, but it won’t resume cleaning. The charging time is about 4-5 hours as well.


Roomba 690

Autonomy 690When it comes to Roomba 690, it’s offering is not impressive. It packs a 1800mAh battery that lasts it for around 60 minutes.
This is such a short runtime and worse enough; it doesn’t resume cleaning after recharging. But we’re glad the charging time is shorter as it takes 2-3 hours only.


Winner: The Roomba 690 doesn’t stand a chance of beating Eufy. The RoboVac 11s and 30c are the winners here because they have more powerful batteries that last 40 minutes longer. The only shortcoming is the long charging time.
Regarding the life cycle, Anker again carries the day as the battery lasts 18-24 months while that of Roomba will last 12-18 months before needing a replacement.

Round 6: Usability

Unlike the canisters and uprights, robot vacuums are highly specialized. They are designed to suit the different cleaning needs at home.

That’s the reason you hear of robot vacuums for pet hair, hardwood, carpets and so on.

Before settling for a particular vacuum, make sure you know what it is suited for. Many are times homeowners buy the right robot vacuum, but for the wrong job.

So, what is Eufy and Roomba best for?

Eufy RoboVac 11s

Usability 11sEufy RoboVac 11s has been marketed as best for hard floors, carpets and pet hair. Indeed it does well on bare floors including hardwood.

However, when it comes to carpets, it’s only suitable for low and medium pile carpets. On high pile, the vacuum power is not enough to flush out dirt from deep inside the carpet pile.

As for pet hair, it does an excellent job, but allergens are still a concern now that it has HEPA-style filters which are inefficient. The runtime allows it to clean large apartments, but it isn’t best for high traffic rooms.

Eufy RoboVac 30c

Usability 30cRoboVac 30c is best for hard floors (hardwood and tile), carpets and pet hair as well.

If you have high pile carpets, this is the best choice because of the boosted suction. Pet hair is also not a problem, but allergens are, because of the HEPA-style filters which are less efficient.

If you have a large apartment, it is also a great option because of the longer runtime.

However, in high traffic rooms, it is not ideal because of the random navigation.
Roomba 690

Usability 690When it comes to Roomba 690, we also see it branded as best for bare floors, carpets and pet hair.

From our tests, this vacuum is best for hardwood floors and pets. But on carpets, it performed poorly because of the low suction power. When it comes to large apartments, Roomba 690 is not the best because of the short runtime.

In high-traffic rooms, it will hit obstacles here and there.

Winner: Roomba 690 may seem like the favorite in this contest, but it comes third. This is because of the poor performance on carpets and short runtime. Second is RoboVac 11s, but the problem is poor performance on the high pile. It is RoboVac 30c that wins this round because of it’s high suction power that makes it great for high pile carpets.

Round 7: Dustbin

Robot vacuums collect dirt inside the bin. A good vacuum should have a large bin to hold more dirt. Nothing stresses homeowners like a small bin that requires frequent emptying.
Another important feature is the full bin indicator. This is a mechanism that notifies you when it’s time to empty the bin. Remember, if the bin is full, it stalls.

So which is the best vacuum between Eufy 30c vs. Eufy 11s vs. Roomba 690?

Eufy RoboVac 11s

Eufy 11s comes with a 0.6L bin which is an improvement from the previous model that had a 0.45L bin. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a full bin indicator.

Eufy RoboVac 30c

Eufy RoboVac 30c also comes with a large 0.6L bin. Even though it is the best model from Anker, it still lacks a full bin indicator.

Roomba 690

Lastly, Roomba 690 has a small 0.3L bin meaning you will have to empty it twice as much as Eufy. The good thing is that it has a full bin indicator.

Winner: Here, the battle is between a larger bin vs. full bin indicator. It is better to have a large bin, and that means the battle is between Robovac 11s Slim vs. Eufy 30c. The RoboVac 30c is the best choice because you will be notified on the app when the bin is full. As for RoboVac 11s, you have to inspect it manually.

Round 8: Operation noise

Operation noise
Everyone wants a quiet robot vacuum. The operation noise is calibrated in decibels, abbreviated as dB. It is determined by the efficiency of the motor with the brushless type being the best.

The construction should also conceal the noise inside the cleaner.

Eufy RoboVac 11s

Eufy RoboVac 11s has a Gen 2 motor that produces around 55dB. This is among the quietest robot vacuums in the market.

Eufy RoboVac 30c

RoboVac 30c has two power modes; Eco and Max mode. In eco mode, it produces 55dB, and in Max mode it produces 63dB.

Roomba 690

Roomba 690 has the old 1st Gen motor that is quite loud at 65dB. The construction leaves so many openings where the noise leaks.

Winner: RoboVac 11s and RoboVac 30c are the best here because they produce the least noise.

Round 9: Navigation

There are two navigation systems; SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) and VSLAM (Visual Simultaneous Localization and Mapping).

SLAM uses sensors only while VSLAM uses sensors and a real-time camera. If you have high traffic rooms and large apartments, choose a VSLAM system.

However, most robot vacuums are SLAM based. The more the sensors, the more accuracy you get.
Eufy RoboVac 11s

Eufy 11s comes with SLAM navigation. It consists of obstacle detection sensors and drop sensors. It is not very accurate in high traffic rooms but works well if you remove most of the clutter from the floor.

Eufy RoboVac 30c

Eufy 30c is not different and also has drop and obstacle detection sensors. It is not the best for high traffic rooms just like Eufy 11s.

Roomba 690

Roomba 690 uses iAdapt 1.0 which is also SLAM navigation. There are obstacle detection and drop sensors as well.

Winner: The Roomba 690 navigates in a better fashion than Eufy, but still, it is not the best for high traffic rooms.

Round 10: Boundary Marking

As the name suggests, boundary marking is a mechanism for limiting where the vacuum will clean. If you want to limit where your robot vacuum can reach, get a model with boundary marking.

There are two approaches here:

  • invisible barriers in advanced models
  • physical markers.
Eufy RoboVac 30c

Eufy RoboVac 30c BoostIQ works with physical magnetic barriers. You need to set them where you don’t want the robot to cross, and that’s it.
Eufy supplied 13ft. of this strip.

Eufy RoboVac 11s

Eufy RoboVac 11s Slim lacks any form of boundary marking, and that’s among the reasons it is cheap.

Roomba 690

Roomba 690 comes with Virtual Walls for setting invisible barriers using nodes. However, only one node is supplied, so you need to get another node for the best experience.

Winner: Here, the battle is between Roomba 690 vs. Eufy RoboVac 30c.
If you are on a tight budget, Eufy makes more sense because the 13ft. strip supplied is enough to create boundaries. The only concern is the bulkiness. For Roomba, Virtual Walls is more convenient, but unfortunately, you have to spend more on another node. So here, it is a tie depending on what you choose.

Round 11: Maneuverability

Maneuvering is all about how the robot vacuum moves around the house. Even though navigation is the most important thing, the wheels and how it turns is a complementary factor.

So, how do the three vacuums compare?

Eufy RoboVac 11s

Eufy 11s has two large wheels and a roller at the front. It moves in a random pattern but makes 360° turns for spontaneous turning.

Eufy RoboVac 30c

Eufy RoboVac 30c has the same structure but with much larger wheels. Transitioning from bare floors on to carpets is not a problem at all for this vacuum.

Roomba 690

Roomba 690 also has two wheels and a roller at the front for 360° turning.

Winner: Roomba 690 has better wheels as far as size is concerned. The problem is that it leaves marks all over the place when they are new. For that reason, the crown for maneuverability goes to RoboVac 30c.

Round 12: Smart connectivity

Smart connectivityIn this round, we analyze all the smart connectivity features that robot vacuums come with. If you are a smart home enthusiast, or you want the convenience of remote and smart operation, this is a meaningful discussion.

Eufy RoboVac 30c

Eufy RoboVac 30c comes with 2.4GHz Wi-Fi for Smartphone operation and Alexa compatibility. This is the main difference between it and RoboVac 30.

Eufy RoboVac 11s
Eufy RoboVac 11s doesn’t come with WiFi or even Alexa compatibility.
Roomba 690

As for Roomba, this is the model that came with Roomba 890 as smart robot vacuums. It works with iRobot home app and Alexa as well.

Winner: The contest here is between RoboVac 30c vs. Roomba 690. It is RoboVac that carries the day as it has more app features. Roomba 690 doesn’t support iRobot’s wireless updates. Otherwise, it would have been the winner.

Round 13: IR Remote

IR RemoteThe IR remote is an accessory that enables homeowners to control the vacuum from a distance. It is just like the ordinary TV remote and works from a range of 13ft.

Roomba 690

Roomba 690 doesn’t come with a physical remote but can be operated via the app.

Eufy RoboVac 11s

RoboVac 11s comes with a physical remote with an LCD.

Eufy RoboVac 30c

RoboVac 30c also has a physical IR remote.

Winner: RoboVac 11s and 30c are the best options here. But remember the RoboVac 11s lacks WiFi.

Eufy RoboVac 11s vs. RoboVac 30c vs. Roomba 690

Now, we have come to the end of this comparison review. It is time we declare the winner.

RoboVac 11s is only best if you are on a budget. But it lacks smart connectivity and boundary marking.

Roomba 690 is a top brand and comes with Dirt Detect, a unique feature Eufy robots lack. The problem is that it doesn’t perform well on carpets because of low suction power.

RoboVac 30c BoostIQ is the best choice from the three robot vacuums because of the high suction power.

It can clean all types of floors and all carpets (low to the high pile).

This is something RoboVac 11s, and Roomba 690 can’t do. The Gen 2 motor delivers 1500Pa Max mode which is the reason it offers better performance on carpets.

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